posted on Apr, 30 2009 @ 03:24 AM
Originally posted by emac01
I do not believe that all vaccines are necessary, and some do have potential side effects (such as the polio vaccine--paralysis link). But they serve
a greater good than the small likelihood of suffering such a side effect.
And there is no specific evidence that Vaccines do that which is why they were quickly stopped in many European countries after national programs were
started. There is simply too much conflicting information so i will err on the side of caution and take the chances with nature instead of the oft
more horrible and poisoness concoctions big pharma can and do bottle for public consumption. PErhaps i would feel different if they weren't getting
so rich while people died from their 'vaccines'.
Again, while you can turn your back to modern medicine, DO NOT just run blindly to the nearest vitamin shop.
I suspect the traffic will kill you if do anything blindly.
You need to educate yourself on the products.
Actually no, you could get away with practically anything in terms of vitamin use which is most certainly not the case with what you find in most
pharmacies. If you can't make it clear that the products you normally use at the pharmacy are hundreds of times more dangerous with hundreds of
different , sometimes deadly, side effects it's hard to take what you say very seriously.
They have side effects. Ephedra, a natural supplement, will affect blood pressure.
Actually your post affected my blood pressure as well so what is your point?
Vitamin C will affect the kidneys. And so on.
Evidence please. How will the water soluble Vit C affect your kidneys?
If you are going to switch to alternative medicine, please try to find out the side effects of what you are taking.
Actually i reccomend that people start reading the warnings on their pharma products and see if some of the 'symptoms' of the disease isn't in fact
caused by the cure. In fact i think if western medicine spent even a fraction of the time they do attacking more natural products on adveritsing to
make the dangers of their drugs clear we could save thousands of American lives per year. As for the risks of taking vitamins can you point me to
known fatalities? As i am aware there is perhaps half a dozen cases in recorded western medicine; feel free to correct me.
I have read much on here that gives good advice on natural treatments, but mentions none of the potentially harmful side effects.
Yes and i have read much on the potential side effects of 'supplements' ( often readily admitted due to external pressure). In fact if western
medicine advertised their 'side effects' as well they would probably have a sales problem which perhaps explains why they don't.
Thanks for making your bias so clear, it really helps when the author doesn't even pretend to package his fear mongering.